Friday, September 19, 2014
thepieshops:

We’ll Return After These Messages

thepieshops:

We’ll Return After These Messages

kwebtv:

The Mary Tyler Moore Show - CBS - 9/19/1970 - 3/19/1977

Sitcom (168 episodes)

Running Time:  30 minutes

Cast:

  • Mary Tyler Moore - Mary Richards
  • Ed Asner - Lou Grant
  • Gavin MacLeod - Murray Slaughter
  • Ted Knight - Ted Baxter
  • Cloris Leachman - Phyllis Lindstrom (1970-1975)
  • Valerie Harper - Rhoda Morganstern (1970-1974)
  • Lisa Gerritson - Beth Lindstrom (1970-1975)
  • Betty White - Sue Ann Nivens (1973-1977)
  • Georgia Engel - Georgette Franklin Baxter (1972-1977)
  • Joyce Bulifant - Marie Salughter
  • John Amos - Gordy Howard
Thursday, September 18, 2014
oldshowbiz:

Having been born in the 1980s, I was not alive to witness the era in which every independent television channel in America showed an old movie late at night.
Add to the fact that DVDs, BluRays, Turner Classic Movies and the Internet has given me access to so many of these movies in massive numbers and in crystal clear formats — there is truly no excuse for me to be nostalgic for the era of The Late Late Show, The Million Dollar Movie, the Creature Feature or Shock Theater.
And yet, whenever I watch some old black and white Paramount or Universal release from the 1930s or 1940s with all their familiar character actors, I can’t help but pretend I am watching The Late Show on something like the KPIX package pictured here.

Well, I was born in the very early 70s, but I didn’t watch a lot of late movies. Yet I have nostalgia for these, as well. The closest we had that I actually remember is the Saturday afternoon Creature Double Feature. Saw lots of cheesy goodness during those hours.

oldshowbiz:

Having been born in the 1980s, I was not alive to witness the era in which every independent television channel in America showed an old movie late at night.

Add to the fact that DVDs, BluRays, Turner Classic Movies and the Internet has given me access to so many of these movies in massive numbers and in crystal clear formats — there is truly no excuse for me to be nostalgic for the era of The Late Late Show, The Million Dollar Movie, the Creature Feature or Shock Theater.

And yet, whenever I watch some old black and white Paramount or Universal release from the 1930s or 1940s with all their familiar character actors, I can’t help but pretend I am watching The Late Show on something like the KPIX package pictured here.

Well, I was born in the very early 70s, but I didn’t watch a lot of late movies. Yet I have nostalgia for these, as well. The closest we had that I actually remember is the Saturday afternoon Creature Double Feature. Saw lots of cheesy goodness during those hours.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014
zestyblog:

Don Knotts

A Saturday afternoon staple!

zestyblog:

Don Knotts

A Saturday afternoon staple!

boomerstarkiller67:

Scooby-Doo Monsters

Tuesday, September 16, 2014
broadcastarchive-umd:

Thriller (a.k.a. Boris Karloff’s Thriller) was an anthology series that aired during the 1960–61 and 1961–62 seasons on NBC. The show featured host Boris Karloff introducing a mix of macabre horror tales and suspense thrillers. In addition to serving as the host of the series, Karloff starred in five episodes: “The Prediction,” “The Premature Burial,” “The Last of the Somervilles,” “Dialogues With Death,” and “The Incredible Doctor Markesan.” (Wikipedia)

broadcastarchive-umd:

Thriller (a.k.a. Boris Karloff’s Thriller) was an anthology series that aired during the 1960–61 and 1961–62 seasons on NBC. The show featured host Boris Karloff introducing a mix of macabre horror tales and suspense thrillers. In addition to serving as the host of the series, Karloff starred in five episodes: “The Prediction,” “The Premature Burial,” “The Last of the Somervilles,” “Dialogues With Death,” and “The Incredible Doctor Markesan.” (Wikipedia)

(Source: oldshowbiz)